Calendar of Events

René Char’s Mobility

15 Joseph Henry House Joseph Henry House, Princeton

Rarely have René Char’s life and work been looked at from the standpoint of “mobility.” Combining approaches from the humanities and the social sciences, this lecture will argue that this […]

“Securitas: Embodied Concept”

East Pyne 010 and Zoom Princeton

Our modern concept of national security has roots in ancient Rome. First attested in Cicero’s philosophical works, the Latin word securitas originally meant peace of mind in a strictly psychological […]

Immersion: Reporting From Within Vulnerable Communities

Arthur Lewis Auditorium, Robertson Hall Arthur Lewis Auditorium, Robertson Hall, Princeton

Immersing yourself in the lives of others for weeks or years can yield insight into the plight of marginalized groups—refugees, needy children, communities of the street. It also presents ethical […]

A Conversation with Sandy Ouvrier

298 Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building

A Conversation On Actors’ Training at the Paris Conservatory In French Moderated by Florent Masse, Director of L’Avant-Scène, Department of French and Italian

Born Under Punches

Betts Auditorium

David Goodman is Acting Dean, Director of the Bachelor of Architectural Studies and the Master of Architecture, and Professor of Architecture at the IE School of Architecture and Design in Madrid and Segovia, Spain. He holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from the IE Business School, specializing in Strategic Management and Organization Theory, with a […]

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